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- M.S.H.S., Arkansas State University (Health Science Education)
- B.S., Arkansas State University (Clinical Laboratory Sciences)
- E.M.T., Arkansas State University Technical Center (Emergency Medical Technician)
- Medical Laboratory Personnel License, Tennessee
- Clinical Chemistry
- Human Anatomy
- Clinical Microbiology (for health professionals)
- Allergies and autoimmune disorders
- Orthomolecular Medicine (healing with nutrition)
- American Society of Clinical Pathologists
- Phi Kappa Phi
Audrey joined ASU in 2010 as an adjunct faculty to teach Clinical Chemistry, at which time she also started on her Master’s in Health Sciences, while still working as a MT at NEA Baptist Hospital in Jonesboro, AR. She was employed for 13 years in the Clinical Laboratory at NEA Baptist where she was in charge of continuing education and the urinalysis and serology bench. She was also previously in charge of the coagulation bench.
In 2012, while finishing her Master’s, she left NEA Baptist to join Black River Technical College as a full-time Science Instructor where she taught Human Anatomy and Microbiology for two years.
Prior to working at NEA Baptist, she worked in Memphis, TN at Methodist University. She was employed as a MT in the Hematology Lab for two years.
She is a 1997 graduate of the ASU CLS program.
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